Online Databases for Assignments

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One of the FAQ the Library gets from students is “What databases should I use for assignments and term papers?”

Yes, there are so many online databases that you want to save time browsing and looking.

Yes, you need databases and peer-reviewed journals for your homework. Your criteria: variety of materials, authoritative, current, relevant, prestigious, scholarly, peer-reviewed … They can be journals, articles, book chapters, extracts, online lectures, videos, case studies ...

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Here are some TOP picks:

BrightTalk

More than 100,000 Online videos, webinars, talks, videos & presentation on topics ranging from research strategies, data science to business innovation to cyber security. They include Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, Risk Management, Blockchain, Business Innovations, Law, Information Technology, Governance, Risk and Compliance, Digital Transformation and much more.

They are curated from experts, innovators, academics, editors and Ph.D. candidates from around the world. Discover and learn with the world’s brightest industry experts and professionals.

Business & Management & Journals Collection

Multimedia lectures and case studies, specially commissioned to complement and enrich teaching, learning and research. They are prepared by renowned experts in their fields from around the globe. There are relevant topics such as economics, finance, management, marketing and leadership.

The Journals Collection combines case studies and vocational articles researched and authored by experts and supports graduate employability and executive education.

Informit

A full-text Australian business journal database covering a range of contemporary business issues including business law, economics, employment, finance, management, organisational psychology, taxation and training.

The Collection covers theoretical and practical aspects of business in multiple contexts. The Collection contains content to assist students, researchers and business practitioners to better understand the dynamic, global environment in which today’s businesses operate.

OpenStax

High quality, expertly authored, peer-reviewed, openly-licensed e-books in digital formats. They cover subjects in business, accounting. Management, Technology, Law, Ethics, Entrepreneurship, Statistics and Organisational Behaviours. Developed and peer-reviewed by educators to ensure they are relevant and accurate, they meet the scope and sequence requirements of teaching and learning.

Oxford Reference

Bringing together 2 millions digitised entries across Oxford University Press's Dictionaries, Companions and Encyclopedias. Oxford Reference is the premier reference product, spanning 25 different subject areas.

You may find results that range from short-entry, general reference to more in-depth articles on specialised subjects. New titles and editions are added throughout the year.

Access them via:

https://library.imc.edu.au/Research/journal-ebook-databases


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